Verifying that the keepass client I'm using on Android still doesn't have android.permission.INTERNET

@slp That said, the day Apple becomes a little less hostile to GNU/Linux (acknowledging it exists and porting iTunes would be a nice first step) I'll seriously consider switching to an iPhone.

Not a fan if their closed-source policy, but at least they have sane privacy defaults.

Just when I was considering giving up on AOSP due to the terrible performance or the stock (unmaintained) Camera app, I've noticed I can use Google Camera after installing microG, without giving the later any kind of permission or enabling it to actually use any Google service.

La UE debería plantearse incentivar el desarrollo de un core RISCV para mantener un grado razonable de independencia tecnológica estratégica. cc/ @astro_duque

Rosalía es el ejemplo perfecto de millenial pagando la deuda cultural española adquirida por las generaciones anteriores. Y sin complejos. 👏💃💪

La gente que se queja a la vez de las malas condiciones laborales de los científicos, y del dinero que mueven industrias como la farmacéutica, tiene un cacao mental importante.

BTW, Google broke AOSP for walleye on r16. I suspect they merged crosshatch into the tree without testing older devices.

Luckily, the workaround is simple:

rm -fr hardware/qcom/sdm845

Google's Pixel 2 is a great example of the company's bipolarity.

It's one of the few devices that allow users using their own encryption keys for AVB2 verification.

But, at the same time, this feature is barely documented. Why do they spend money on a feature only to hide it?

PSA: If while installing packages you get something like this...

"Invalid version flag: if"

...probably means you're still using YUM and the transaction contains some specification which is no longer supported by it. Switch to DNF.

GMail's "Loading" screen feels like traveling back in time to 2004.

IBM needed change. Red Hat is a catalyst for change. Now let's give Amazon, Google and Microsoft a run for their money! 💪

Wandersong and Dead Cells are two great games with little in common, but I really love how the complement each other in my Switch.

Do I want some relaxed, happy storytelling gameplay? Wandersong

Do I want to some fast-paced action? Dead Cells

@slp
While I doubt I would personally use this unless it became popular first, I was pleasantly surprised by the nuance of his sentiment. The facility of english for expression of ideas without gendering the participants leaves room for improvement. I appreciate the idea of speaking without specifying gender when gender is irrelevant to the discussion. However, as it can contribute to erasure of genders not preconceived by the audience, I remain on the fence.

In case you needed just another reason to love Nintendo Labo.

Lesson learnt. Don't code a kernel patch when you're too tired to put your full attention in what your doing. It'd be a waste of time. 😓

The research paper linked here is a must read for everyone interested in OS design and implementation.

github.com/mit-pdos/biscuit

My take on Google's presentation: boring, boring, boooring, Pixel 3 takes photos, boring, Pixel 3 takes videos, boring, the end.

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